The Crepe Du Jour was established in 1997 by husband and wife team Mustapha and Donna Snoussi. They had just relocated to Baltimore after living in ... More
Crepe Du Jour French Bistro
The Crepe Du Jour was established in 1997 by husband and wife team Mustapha and Donna Snoussi. They had just relocated to Baltimore after living in Paris, France and began their first business by opening an upscale kiosk in the outside atrium of The Village of Cross Keys where they sold crepes, panini, salads and more. The business was a success and they had acquired the clientele needed which would later support them in the opening of their Mt. Washington restaurant in 2000. The restaurant has expanded with the opening of an all year round heated terrace. Crepe Du Jour has been part of the "Zagat" restaurant guide since 2003 where they describe dining on the terrace on a long summer evening as "almost feeling like Paris". The owner is often present to greet the guests and assure the quality of the food is at its best.
I've been to this place 2 times. My first visit was fine, nothing exceptional. My second visit turned my friends and I off to the establishment. A group of 5 of us went there to have crepes after our dinner. We initially were made to feel that they did not want us there even though we were polite, but we were seated none the less. Two members of our party did not want crepes b/c they were already full from dinner, but our waitress told us that each has had to order a crepe or they would not serve us. After which we left and have never went back.
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